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Erasmus Studies

Dear Students! You are most welcome to participate in Erasmus+ student mobility for studies programme!
You are welcome to participate in the competition for Erasmus+ study mobility grant and spend some time studying at a foreign higher education institution (HEI).

Invitation
Who can participate?
Students with Fewer Opportunities
Blended mobility
Where to study?
Application
About the competition
Main criteria for selection
Steps after winning the competition
Documents and tasks before going abroad
About the grant
Documents and tasks during your studies
After the mobility
Additional information
Contacts

Invitation

THE COMPETITION FOR ERASMUS+ STUDENT MOBILITY FOR STUDIES TAKES PLACE*:

* Exception: the competition period for the Faculty of Health Care is one week shorter.

All students are eligible to participate in the competition.
Studies in the foreign higher education institution can continue from 2 to 12 months. This period can be divided into several shorter ones, unless the shortest one is no less than 3 months.

Blended mobility

Virtual and physical mobility can be blended, with a minimum period of physical mobility of 2 months. In this case it is recommended to start with a period of virtual mobility and continue with physical studies at a foreign HEI. The grant is calculated for the physical period only, unless the student participates in online studies after s/he leaves to the country of the host institution.

Erasmus+ studies is an opportunity for those who:

Where to study ?

List of agreements for study mobility

Application

If you are willing to take part in Erasmus+ student mobility study competition, please fill in the Erasmus application.

Please note that applications are accepted until 00:00 of the last day of the competition. You can fill in the application only by using your VIKO e-mail.

About the competition

The selection of candidates for Erasmus+ student mobility for studies is carried out in different faculties by Erasmus+ programme Selection Board, assigned by the dean of each faculty. The selection procedure has to be finalised in a week after the end of the competition. Students can be invited for an interview – please check the information!

Main criteria for selection

Steps after winning the competition

Preparation for ERASMUS+ studies abroad includes some paper work. You will be instructed in detail by Erasmus students mobility coordinator – please check the information!

Documents and tasks before going abroad

About the grant

 Host country 
Total per month
Group 1Ireland, Denmark, Iceland, United Kingdom, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Finland, Sweden520
Group 2Austria, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, the Netherlands, France, Portugal, Germany500
Group 3Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary450

Additional Support:

*At VIKO the following 7 groups of students with fewer opportunities have been identified: disabled or with health disorders (extra financing through National Agency); from families belonging to underrepresented groups or living alone and possessing the right to social monetary support under the laws of the Republic of Lithuania; younger than 25 years of age, having been under care and custody till their adulthood or orphans; with the level of work capacity of 80% or less; having children under 14 years of age; refugees; possessing residence permit for the Republic of Lithuania due to humanitarian reasons.  In all cases supporting documents need to be presented. 

Erasmus+ grant for studies abroad is calculated multiplying the number of months by the fixed amount per month for a particular country. The grant calculation for extra days of another month is carried out by multiplying the number of the days by 1/30 of the fixed amount per month.

Erasmus+ grant is paid in two parts:

Documents and tasks during your studies

If you wish to change your Learning Agreement (one or more subjects) during your studies, you should inform your Erasmus coordinator. In case your application is approved, you will need to complete:

After the mobility

After returning from your studies abroad, you have to present:

The following are to be completed at the end/ after your studies abroad:

Additional information

Contacts

International Relations and Projects Service, central building of Vilniaus Kolegija/ University of Applied Sciences, Saltoniškių str. 58, room 115.
Responsible person for student mobility: Vilma Kardauskė, e-mail: v.kardauske@viko.lt, erasmus@viko.lt
mob. tel. +370 615 80632.

See you!

Erasmus Internships

Dear Students! You are most welcome to participate in Erasmus+ student mobility for internship programme!
You are welcome to participate in the competition for Erasmus+ internship mobility grant and spend some time in foreign enterprises under ERASMUS+ programme.

Invitation
Who can participate?
Students with Fewer Opportunities
Blended mobility
Internship places
Application
About the competition
Main criteria for selection
Steps after winning the competition
Documents and tasks before going abroad
About the grant
Documents and tasks during your studies
After the mobility
Additional information
Contacts

Invitation
THE COMPETITION FOR ERASMUS+ STUDENT MOBILITY FOR INTERNSHIP TAKES PLACE*:

* Exception: the competition period for the Faculty of Health Care is one week shorter.

THE COMPETITION FOR ERASMUS+ RECENT GRADUATE STUDENT MOBILITY FOR INTERNSHIP TAKES PLACE:

Who can participate?

All students are eligible to participate in the competition.
Internship in the foreign enterprises can continue from 2 to 12 months. This period can be divided into several shorter ones, unless the shortest one is no less than 2 months.

Blended mobility

Virtual and physical mobility can be blended, with a minimum period of physical mobility of 2 months. In this case it is recommended to start with a period of virtual mobility and continue with physical internship at a foreign enterprise. The grant is calculated for the physical period only, unless the student participates in online internship after s/he leaves to the country of the host institution.

Erasmus+ studies is an opportunity for those who:

Internship places

It is recommended finding an internship place on your own.

Application

If you are willing to take part in Erasmus+ student mobility internship competition, please fill in the Erasmus application.

Please note that applications are accepted until 00:00 of the last day of the competition. You can fill in the application by only using your VIKO e-mail.

About the competition

The selection of candidates for Erasmus+ student mobility for internships is carried out in different faculties by Erasmus+ programme Selection Board, assigned by the dean of each faculty. The selection procedure is finalized in a week after the end of the competition. Students can be invited for an interview – please check the information!

Main criteria for selection

Steps after winning the competition

Preparation for ERASMUS+ internship abroad includes some paper work. You will be instructed in detail by Erasmus students mobility coordinator – please check the information!

Documents and tasks before going abroad

About the grant

 Host country 

 

Total per month

Group 1Ireland, Denmark, Iceland, United Kingdom, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Finland, Sweden700
Group 2Austria, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, the Netherlands, France, Portugal, Germany680
Group 3Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary630

Additional Support:

*At VIKO the following 7 groups of students with fewer opportunities have been identified: disabled or with health disorders (extra financing through National Agency); from families belonging to underrepresented groups or living alone and possessing the right to social monetary support under the laws of the Republic of Lithuania; younger than 25 years of age, having been under care and custody till their adulthood or orphans; with the level of work capacity of 80% or less; having children under 14 years of age; refugees; possessing residence permit for the Republic of Lithuania due to humanitarian reasons.  In all cases supporting documents need to be presented. 

Erasmus+ grant for internship abroad is calculated multiplying the number of months by the fixed amount per month for a particular country. The grant calculation for extra days of another month is carried out by multiplying the number of the days by 1/30 of the fixed amount per month.

Erasmus+ grant is paid in two parts:

Documents and tasks during your studies

If you wish to change your Learning Agreement for Traineeship during your internship, you should inform your Erasmus coordinator. In case your application is approved, you will need to complete:

After the mobility

After returning from your internship abroad, you have to present:

The following are to be completed:

Additional information

Contacts

International Relations and Projects Service, central building of Vilniaus Kolegija/ University of Applied Sciences, Saltoniškių str. 58, room 115.
Responsible person for student mobility: Vilma Kardauskė, e-mail: v.kardauske@viko.lt, erasmus@viko.lt
mob. tel. +370 615 80632.

See you!

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Dimitra Beach Hotel, Greece

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Universidade Portucalense, Portugal

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